October 12, 2018 in 

A minor character in a novel or non-fiction book is a character whose function is partly to illuminate that of the major characters within the book. Minor also know as supporting characters are often static or unchanging. These characters typically remain the same from the beginning of a work to the end. For more on these supportive roles read this article full of minor character examples.

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